Celebrants & Officiants

Who will you choose to conduct the wedding ceremony?

If you’re planning a religious wedding ceremony, you may already have a preference for a particular minister, priest, rabbi or imam. Similarly, if a civil ceremony is more to your style, you may be thinking of approaching a celebrant whom you’ve witnessed conducting someone else’s wedding. However if this is all new territory for you, it’s important that you do your research and take your time to find a celebrant or officiant with whom you really click.

Whether you’re standing in front of the altar, or surrounded by friends on white beach sands about to take your vows, this is a BIG moment. You want to feel confident and at ease with the person conducting the ceremony. Likewise, it’s really important that the words and the sentiment ring true for both of you.

To find out more about the differences in being married by a civil celebrant or a religious official, click on the sections below.

Celebrants
What should you look for, and what questions should you ask when choosing a civil celebrant to lead you in saying, “I do”.
Officiants
Even if you’re not getting married in a church or place of worship, a religious ceremony is often steeped in tradition. Here are some things you should know.
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